Smoke Odor Removal Tips for Your Business
Fires can cause a great deal of damage in your business. Besides the structural damage, fire can also leave a lot of soot and smoke damage behind. This damage can cause stains on any surface of your commercial property, with the smells lingering in for quite a long time.
Cleaning smoke damage and soot from upholstery, fabrics, and carpeting can be difficult. You need the right processes to permanently and safely rid the stains from your items. Your first instinct after a fire might be to vacuum up the soot, but many vacuums will just push the soot deeper into the carpet fibers. You also might want to wash or scrub fabrics to remove the soot and smoke odors, but washing these fabrics in the usual way may seal the soot and odor particles into the material.